1 - India's 10-wicket victory against Pakistan in the semi-final in Potchefstroom is the first by such a margin by any team in knockout matches at the Under-19 World Cup. Before this, there have been two nine-wicket wins in the knockout games - one each by Australia (2006) and South Africa (2014).
4 - Number of ten-wicket wins for India in U-19 World Cup matches. All four wins have come in the last two editions - two in 2018 and two at this year's World Cup. India had defeated Japan by 10 wickets in their second match of this tournament.
11 - Number of consecutive wins for India in U-19 World Cup matches. Their last defeat was in the final of 2016 edition against West Indies. Since then they have won all their games - six in 2018 and five in 2020.
156 - Yashasvi Jaiswal's average in this tournament. He has scored 312 runs in five innings and has been dismissed only twice. At present he is the highest run-getter of this year's edition, with scores of 59, 29*, 57*, 62 and 105*. His average is the highest by a batsman in an U-19 World Cup tournament (minimum 300 runs scored).
9 - Batsmen to have scored centuries in the semi-final or final of U-19 World Cups. Incidentally, the last five batsmen to do so have all been Indians - Cheteshwar Pujara (2006 semi-final), Unmukt Chand (2012 final), Shubman Gill (2018 semi-final), Manjot Kalra (2018 final), and now Jaiswal. Overall, six of the nine batsmen who have scored hundreds in the semis or final of U-19 World Cups have been Indians.
176* - The partnership between Jaiswal and Divyaansh Saxena - it is the second-highest for any wicket for any team in knockout matches at the U-19 World Cup. The only bigger stand was 177 by Imam-ul-Haq and Sami Aslam for Pakistan against Sri Lanka in 2014 quarter-final. For India, it is the second-biggest opening stand at the Under-19 World Cup and the fourth-highest opening partnership in U-19 ODIs.
5-5 - Results between India and Pakistan in U-19 World Cup matches. India have won the last four games between these sides, from 2012 onwards, while the four matches before that were all won by Pakistan. In their previous game before today, the 2018 semi-final, India had won by 203 runs.